Gregg, > I increased the queue size from 1.5 G to 2.0 G and the age of the oldest > product continues to slowly increase since > I restarted LDM (and created a new queue): > > Oct 07 15:58:31 pqmon NOTE: nprods nfree nempty nbytes maxprods > maxfree minempty maxext age > Oct 07 15:58:31 pqmon NOTE: 100182 1 388098 1998801472 > 100182 2 388098 1201600 2169 > > > There are no more warnings in the ldmd.log file. That great news! The jump in the age of the oldest product in the queue can't be explained by the relatively modest increase you made. I suspect, therefore, that your product-queue was somehow corrupt. > I've downloaded the latest LDM and working on installing it. > > On a side note, was the Unidata decoder "ldmConnect" depracated in the > last few years, and if so > was it replaced by anything? Forgive me, but I don't recall ldmConnect(1). What package is it in and what does it do? > Thanks, > Gregg Regards, Steve Emmerson Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: HIT-987436 Department: Support LDM Priority: Normal Status: Closed
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